Resolutions for the New Year
We’re already almost half way through January and it’s time to pose the big question…how are your new year’s resolutions coming? It’s a well-known fact that not all resolutions last until the end of the month, let alone the end of the year. But that’s OK. Today, we’re going to show you how making new resolutions each day can improve your writing.
Resolutions to Reflect
Wanting to make long-term changes is really commendable. But getting into the habit of setting new resolutions each day is a great technique for practising the fine art of self-reflexion. In turn, this can really benefit your written work. Putting aside a few minutes to review the day’s work, reading back anything you’ve written and thinking about what you want to improve on tomorrow can be a real eye-opening experience.
Resolutions to Challenge
A year is a long time. Goals which seemed exciting in January are bound to have lost some of their new year’s sparkle by the time Easter arrives. Making a new daily resolution ensures you’re bound to try something new – regularly. Daily resolutions will encourage you to try something new and think outside the box of your daily routine. This is a great skill to transfer to your writing.
Resolutions to Succeed
The realisation that this year’s resolutions have already been a lost effort can be pretty disheartening. Setting new resolutions each day, however, can quickly bring you that feeling of success, which is inevitably accompanied by some good, healthy positive vibes. And we already know the value of positively written articles.
Resolutions to Visualise
Whether you set a resolution each day, each week, or prefer to stick with the conventional yearly resolution, the major step to achieving those goals is to visualise the end result. Visualising your goals and how to achieve them is a priceless talent for copywriters, too. After all, great articles all follow a clear structure before reaching that all-important conclusion. Get into the practise of visualising your personal goals and you’re bound to discover more structure in your work, too.
Resolutions to Discuss
There are few things in life which have quite as much conversation-potential than new year’s resolutions. Indeed, by talking about your resoutions, you can exchange ideas and strategies for success, learn new perspectives on why you should/shouldn’t make resolutions and you can also learn something new and exciting about your nearest and dearest. It’s this kind of eye-opening perspective that you need for writing fresh, exciting content. Thinking outside of the box on a standard topic is an ideal technique for making your articles exciting.
So … did you make any new year’s resolutions?